On Merchant Navy Day, 3 September, Coventry City Council will fly the Red Ensign outside the Council House to raise awareness of the UK’s ongoing dependence on Merchant Navy seafarers.
Week eleven of Coventry City Council's Summer “Bands in the Park 2015” sees The Gershwin Gang perform in the War Memorial Park, near to the Visitor Centre, at 2pm and is FREE to attend.
A new piece of work by Coventry artist Julia O’Connell is to be unveiled at the city’s War Memorial Park.
Coventry has seen an increase in the number of pupils achieving A*-C grades in English and in maths GCSE.
Three local charities have been awarded £5000 through Coventry Recycling Club, after its members generously donated their points.
International football is returning to the Ricoh Arena when England Under-21s take centre stage in the UEFA European Under-21 Championship.
Over 1585 people have already signed up to take part in Sky Ride Coventry on Sunday 27 September and this year, the Herbert is on board to add an extra fun element to the route.
There is still time to join and complete the Record Breakers Summer Reading Challenge 2015 at your local library.
We’re going to be working on our telephone system from 1pm on Saturday 22nd August until 6pm on Sunday 23rd August.
Sixth form students in Coventry have achieved record-breaking results in their exams once again.
The Lord Mayor of the City of Coventry, Councillor Michael Hammon and the City of Coventry ex- Services Standard Bearers Association, are inviting everyone to attend a special VJ Day Service of Commemoration and Thanksgiving on Saturday 15 August.
The Council is launching a 10 week consultation on the best way to continue to help people in need of Council Tax Support amidst the growing pressure on Council finances.
Coventry Trading Standards have secured undertakings under the Enterprise Act requiring three local car traders to trade fairly.
Council Leader Cllr Ann Lucas has called on Coventry residents to visit drop-in sessions taking place across the city if they want to find out more about the proposed West Midlands combined authority.
Taxis in the city have been praised for their high standards after a roadside safety check by the Council and police.
Pep&Co – a new multinational fashion retail operation - has opened its doors on a new store in Coventry.
The search is underway to recognise sporting excellence across Coventry, Solihull and Warwickshire.
Mandie Watson, a former city Council employee who has helped reduce anti-social behaviour through creating partnerships, is the latest person to receive a Good Citizen award.
The Council’s Recycling Team has linked up with Emmaus Coventry and Warwickshire to allow residents to recycle their furniture and electrical items and help formerly homeless people.
Council canvassers will be distributing household enquiry forms to residential properties across the city to gather information on all residents who are eligible to register to vote.
Coventry residents who want to find out more and have their say on a West Midlands combined authority will now be able to take part in a series of live chats.
Police and Crime Commissioner, David Jamieson is to meet with Coventry interfaith groups and communities to discuss community policing in the city.
Drop-in sessions for Coventry residents who want to find out more and have their say on a West Midlands combined authority will be taking place across the city next month.
Scam Awareness Month is entering its final week with Coventry Trading Standards and Coventry CAB shifting the main focus onto doorstep scams.
A Coventry primary school has had a sneak preview of a major new city development as part of a move to link education and employment.
Broadgate plays host to a week of sporting activities next week as Coventry Sports Week kicks off with a range of sports for everyone to enjoy.
Longford Park, Caludon Castle Park, Allesley Park, Coombe Country Park and the War Memorial Park have again been awarded with Green Flags after meeting the high standards set out by Keep Britain Tidy.
The latter part of the national Scams Awareness Month focusses on Doorstep Crime, and we are once again warning consumers never to agree to buy anything when approached by salespeople at their home.
Coventry City Council is hosting a careers event for school leavers and young unemployed people on Monday 27 July 2015, to support individuals who live in Coventry and Warwickshire into further education, apprenticeships and training.
Coventry City Council has announced plans for the next phase of extensive improvement works in the city centre following the award of further external European Regional Development Growth (ERDF) grant funding.